Warner Bros. / New Line Cinema’s It: Chapter 2 took the top spot at the weekend box office for the second week in a row, taking in another $40.7 million domestically. The film has now taken in an estimated $153 million domestically in two weeks and another $169 internationally.
Opening in the number two spot was Hustlers from STX Entertainment. The rated “R” drama took in an estimated $33.2 million over the weekend. Hustlers opened at the Toronto Film Festival prior to its opening and entered this weekend with an 88% critic rating on RottenTomatoes.
The next three films in the top five were the two thru four films last weekend. Lionsgate’s Angel has Fallen took in another $4.4 million in third spot, Universal’s Good Boys took in $4.3 million and landed in number four, while Disney’s The Lion King remake took in another $3.6 million for fifth place.
- It: Chapter 2 (Warner Bros./New Line) $40.7 mil
- Hustlers (STX Entertainment) $33.2 mil
- Angel has Fallen (Lionsgate) $4.4 mil
- Good Boys (Universal) $4.3 mil
- The Lion King (Disney) $3.6 mil
Next weekend will see a few wide releases vying for box office eyeballs. 20th Century Fox’s sci-fi thriller Ad Astra opens while Focus Features will bring the Downton Abbey film to theatres screens. Finally Lionsgate will open the action sequel Rambo: Last Blood in theatres.